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IoT-enabled Smart Healthcare Systems, Services and Applications. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5354300
  • Book
  • January 2022
  • 400 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
IoT-enabled Smart Healthcare Systems, Services and Applications delves into all areas of IoT-enabled healthcare including security and privacy, data management, emerging technologies, and reliability. New technologies such as machine learning, image processing, big data, remote monitoring, cloud computing, deep learning, and enhanced wireless communications are all improving and connecting modern healthcare services and products through IoT. Architecture, services, use cases, and data management will all be accessible from one connected platform in the future. This book starts with the foundations of IoT-enabled healthcare and delivers step-by-step guidance to enable engineers to implement different applications and understand a variety of use cases.

Comprised of 8 chapters, this book describes important aspects of the healthcare framework, tackles security threats and describes quality of service issues in managing the data of healthcare domains. Starting with applications, services and architecture, the book moves on to data management, resource management, quality of service, emerging technologies, reliability, security and privacy and ends with an insightful chapter made up of use cases on topics such as vital sign parameters acceleration, SPO2 and Pulse Rate, enabling the reader to learn effectively through example.
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About the Editors

List of Contributors [vendor, please compile from toc and chapter openers]

Sr. No.Saravanan, J. Ajayan, R.N.edu.edu.au

Index [list of terms to be supplied by editors at proofreading stage]

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Shalli Rani
Maheswar Rajagopal
Neeraj Kumar
Syed Hassan Ahmed Shah
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